Sunday, January 18, 2015


"Paris attacks: France grapples with freedom of speech"  'Grapples with' means 'stomps on', as if we haven't had a big enough dose of French government hypocrisy.  They can summarily and almost instantly throw you in jail for years and level huge fines for saying the mildest things, especially and ironically political comments on the deep hypocrisy of the French state, and they are actually doing it.  Of course, the French government has sent a large part of its police force to protect Jewish areas at a time when it is Muslims who are under violent attack.

"Lucky Francois" by Eric Margolis

"Are All Terrorists Muslims? It’s Not Even Close"

"The legacy of Joan Peters and ‘From Time Immemorial’"  Watch the video.  She is literally retarded (note the way she speaks like a child!), and the suggestion that an intelligence agency wrote her book is very likely.  The Mark Twain quote at the end is also very good.

"Lawsuit says Caltech Provost and others ignored Israeli spying and then retaliated against whistleblower" by Alison Weir.

"Docs Reveal Turkish Intel Agency’s Syria Connection; Turkey Bans Publication, Threatens Social Media"

"Islamic State Has Tripled Its Territory In Syria Since U.S. Started Airstrikes"  The intended outcome, at least as intended by World Jewry.

"Obama cites donor pressure re Iran, but ‘NYT’ won’t tell you what he means"

Tweet (Matt Duss):
"Elliott Abrams is outraged at Obama's suggestion that hawkish donors are pushing Iran sanctions. That’s adorable. "
Menendez, needless to say, remains under deep blackmail pressure due to his Dominican adventures.

'Return' problems:
  1.  "Spot the difference at The Guardian"
  2. "Algeria rejects Kouachi brothers bodies: Report" (it is difficult to imagine the audacity of the French government in suggesting this).
"Saudi Arabia Plunges into an Abyss"  If the Americans are running ISIS, this kind of thing could be a way to simultaneously:
  1. frighten the Saudi princes back into the American fold; and
  2. raise oil prices before the low oil prices make it impossible for American authorities to continue to pretend the United States is in some kind of economic recovery.
"Get Around Paywalls With Incognito Mode" I haven't tried this on Chrome, but the equivalent (New Private Window) works on Firefox.
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